I am so sorry your going through this. You posted:
"His doctor said the medications are working he is just making bad decisions."
This statement has me dumbfounded. I do not know how the Dr. is making this decision and what he is basing this statement on.
IMHO I feel you need therapy to help you and your children to cope with your husbands illness. Another thought I have leads to a second opinion by a different Pdoc.
Please keep us posted.
I am so happy that you have picked up the books. That is such a positive move on your behalf.......kudos to you. :) I do understand how you feel as I have a husband with a chronic disease and many times I have felt that I am alone in a crowded room.
I know how hard it is to support someone you love when they seem to push you away.
This is the holiday season and I pray that you and your children will be able to make some happy memories as you should.
You must take care of you and take time for just you. Plan some down time for you to just do something you like; read, take a walk, listen to music. Keep it your own private gift to yourself.
I wish you peace and happiness but most of all I wish you love.
Post Edited (ShynSassy) : 12/19/2007 5:57:09 AM (GMT-7)
I think Shy is spot on. There are only so many times you can try and help someone & have it thrown back in your face before you have to say enough is enough. Tough love is the answer here I feel